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Library News & Announcements:

 

Traveling Exhibit: 
Coney Island: Visions of an American Dreamland
  April 8 – May 25 at the Central Library

 

 

For more than 150 years, Coney Island, a strip of sand at the mouth of New York Harbor, has occupied a singular place in the American imagination. From a beginning as a watering hole for the wealthy, through its transformation into an amusement and entertainment mecca for the masses, to its struggle for renewal in recent decades, an extraordinary array of artists have viewed Coney Island as a microcosm of the American experience. The exhibition brings to life the excitement of Coney Island, showing how its magnetic world of attractions has become a touchstone for American mass culture and popular recreation.
View the program schedule.        Browse our Coney Island booklist.

 

Organized by Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, CT, in partnership with Mid-America Arts Alliance, Kansas City, MO, and made available through NEH on the Road, a fully funded initiative of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

 

What’s It Worth? Antique & Collectible Appraisal Event with Mark Moran

 

Saturday, April 21, 2018
11 am – 3 pm
Weyers-Hilliard Branch Library

Register to have up to two items appraised or just come to watch!

 

Funded by the Friends of the Brown County Library.


UntitledTown Book and Author Festival

 

UntitledTown Book and Author Festival is returning for it’s second year this April with 120 authors and presenters and about 160 events. Founded in 2016, UntitledTown is an organization dedicated to creating community around the human act of storytelling. Whether you’re a writer or a reader, a beginner or a New York Times bestselling author, you will something to inspire, entertain, or educate you over the course of UntitledTown’s four days in April.

 

Tickets: Except for the event that involves food, UntitledTown Book and Author Festival is free and open to the public. However, there are a handful of events where—by making a $30 donation to UntitledTown—you can have access to assigned seating up front and priority access to the signing line. If you would like to meet and have your book signed by one of the keynote speakers, we strongly advise that you exercise this option.  Claim your tickets today!

 


Watch the promo here and on WLUK- Fox 11


 

Created by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Money Smart Week, April 21 – 28, brings together financial institutions, non-profits, libraries, universities and government agencies to offer free financial education classes across the country.  See what’s happening at the library on our goodcents page!


KitKeeper

 

Introducing KitKeeper – an easy-to-use online tool for reserving books for book clubs.  Reserve by browsing titles, a specific title, or by date(s) needed (have your library card handy!)  Get started!


Shop Local and Support the Library
with the My HuTerra app!

 

1. Shop or eat out
2. Scan your receipt using your phone
3. Upload the photo
4. Select the library as your fundraiser and you’re done!

 

 

 

You’ll see how much was contributed to the library with each transaction you upload.  Thank you for your support!


 

Learn a Language with Rosetta Stone  – an e-Learning solution that helps build language skills and delivers immediate feedback to guide pronunciation based on innovative speech-recognition technology.


 

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Join us for your favorite movies – now showing at Brown County Library!


NEW+logo-lynda-lnkd-CMYK-sep-2015+5Learn what you want – when you want. Learn business, creative, software and technology skills to achieve your personal and professional goals through online courses taught by industry leaders.  Get started.


As Seen on TV (and in the Newspaper!) 

 
Good Reads!
Watch the library’s segment on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month!
Youth Reads
Themed children’s book synopses published every Sunday in the Green Bay Press-Gazette.